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#1 jbmoisin

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 02:39 PM

Hi everyone,

I dont know where to put this, so i'll ask you here.

My question is quite simple. Do UK's ISP have any Anti-fraud policy?
If there's a fraud in buying/selling done by their client, do they have the rights to take action against them?
If i want to take action on those persons, can the ISP cooperate with me? Meaning giving me their clients personal info?

I really need the answer because im trying to track down someone from UK by her ip. From time to time, i think i'll ask for some other advices from you guys.

If you think that you need the whole story, then i'll give the details later.
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Posted 19 June 2005 - 03:51 PM

Do UK's ISP have any Anti-fraud policy?


You would have to read their Term of Service. Its most likely covered in one way or another.

If there's a fraud in buying/selling done by their client, do they have the rights to take action against them?


Beyond cancelling their account, no.

If i want to take action on those persons, can the ISP cooperate with me? Meaning giving me their clients personal info?


They can, but they won't. ISP's worldwide are jealously guarding the right to protect the identity of their account holders except in instances where they are forced to divulge information under court order. And well they should.

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